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  1. #1
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    Default I have a 2006 yamaha 150 hp 4-

    I have a 2006 yamaha 150 hp 4-stroke that when I go into reverse I have a clunking sound and then as you throttle up it dies. When going foward I have no problems. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. #2
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    Default "It sounds like the control ca

    "It sounds like the control cable may be binding or need some adjusting, or the remote box might be binding.

    The clunking sound is the clutch dog touching the gear, but not fully engaging."

  3. #3
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    Dec 2008
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    cape coral, florida,
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    Default do you have a ss prop? i have

    do you have a ss prop? i have a 300hpdi that does the same thing. its overspinning the prop then catching up with its self.

  4. #4
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    Default your cables need adjusting or

    your cables need adjusting or replacing if they are stretched alot.

    the dog clutch is not fully engaging

    it is alot easier to change/adjust cables with two peoples as u can adjust the motor end while someone puts the controler in and out of gear.

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